I have made a mistake sideloading Ubuntu on a Windows 10 laptop, a mistake it seems no one else was silly enough to make.
I installed Ubuntu on my machine (Samsung ultrabook series 9) following all the steps, and everything worked perfectly.
I then went to restart, and have the options to start Ubuntu as well as Windows Boot Loader. However when I choose to boot Windows it says the image cannot be found.
When I load the BIOS, I can change my boot priority, and when I put Windows Boot Loader above Ubuntu, the computer resets, and starts Windows. (vise versa for starting up ubuntu).
While this works for now, it seems wrong to have to load the BIOS everytime, why can Ubunto not just load the Windows Boot Loader from the options when I restart?